TEROMAS Tire Inflator Air Compressor, Portable DC/AC Air Pump
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What We Like
- 3 additional adaptors make it perfect for cars, RV, motorcycles, air mattress, etc
- Features backlight LCD display that offers convenient usage at night
- Built-in auto-off function turns off the pump automatically to prevent over-inflating
- The hose may be too short in length
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 206,385 reviews for 198 products in the Air Compressors & Inflators category.
We then analyzed 1,677 reviews for this product. None were recent.
Around 80% of reviews were positive and about 15% were negative.
9.33 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about TEROMAS Tire Inflator Air Compressor, Portable DC/AC Air Pump
The unit is perfect, it can be plugged in at home or used around the car, it has dual power so you can run it around and check tire pressure.
The air compressor is working well, it's easy to use, it will shut down when it reaches that point, but it isn't crazy, it's just the right size for what I was looking for.
The air hose is very solid, and the connection is very easy to use, unlike other tire inflators that require you to screw on and lose some air as you detach.
The seller was responsive and immediately sent a replacement unit for my broken one. I haven't had to use the replacement yet, but I'm hopeful that the products generally good ratings reflect overall reliability in spite of my first experience.
The gas station air machines are bad, and it's worth it to never have to deal with them again, because this pump is good at everything you hate about them.
I'm not sure if it broke or if there's a reset switch somewhere.
If the maximum tire pressure is set to a higher pressure value than the tire actually has, then the Teromas will turn on.
Do this work on 220v?
The unit is designed for 120v household current or 12v automobile accessory power.
Is it normal for the unit to turn off while filling the tire?
I have had my own, but now it seems to work fine, but I had to do the following steps: 1. adjust the reading to the correct standard, e.g. PSI but hitting the middle button; 2.
Does the unit have a prop 65 warning?
If it does contain any petroleum product, it probably has a Prop 65 warning.
Is it possible to use it for balloons?
I did try pool float, but I didn't try the balloon.